Tuesday, July 10

Partying: The Right Way


As social beings, we always want to surround ourselves with the people we like. As much as possible, we find ways to organize gatherings and host special events. During our busy days, we sometimes wish to receive invites for great parties so we can unwind and relax. There is so much happiness whenever we get to find time to satisfy our social needs.

When it comes to attending social events, it is important to take note of the proper etiquette. One must know how to act in the right way in order to avoid any problem which may destroy the party mood. Listed below are three tips to remember during parties:

1. Make new friends.

Always put in mind that one of the reasons why you came to such event is to socialize and meet new friends. Do not only go with your old friends and acquaintances. Make sure that you give yourself a chance to meet new people who share the same interests with you. At the same, avoid becoming a wallflower during gatherings. You don't want guests to stare at you and wonder why you're not socializing, right? 

2. Stop being clumsy.

During parties, one of the golden rules is to abhor clumsiness. You can't just attend events and crash it because of your carelessness. It is important to keep your mind focused on all the things happening during a specific party. Never spill wine on round table clothes or drop your plates on the floor.

3. Talk to the hosts.

Find time to search for the hosts of the event that you are attending. One of the social etiquette is to express your gratitude to the person organizing the party. Tell him or her how you enjoyed the event he or she prepared for the crowd. This simple act can really go a long way.

2 comments:

  1. I love to attend parties because I LOVE to talk! I'm glad to see you commenting on being clumsy, because falling down in your party shoes could be very embarrassing!

    Bobbie Anne

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    1. One must not attend parties when she is out of focus... Otherwise, she'll end up destroying the greatness of the event. Or worse, embarrassing herself :D

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